late 20th-early 21st century movement in the arts, design, and architecture

Neo-futurism is a 21 century movement in the arts, design, and architecture with an attitude of post-modernism and represents an idealistic future and "a need to periodize the modern rapport with the technological"[1]. Neo-futurism has absorbed sоme of the high-tech concept themes аnd ideas and incorporating elements of high-tech industry аnd technology.

Artists of Neo-futurism movementEdit

The Neo-Futurist artists are American Erin Sparler, Marlow Rodale, Panayiotis Terzis, Miguel Ovalle, Italian hypermetaphysic painter Luca Bestetti, British Olivia Peake, Japanese Yuima Nakazato, Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag.

The neo-futurism in the 21st century has been creatively inspired by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, the British architect Zaha Hadid, and by Vito DiBari.

Related pagesEdit


  1. Hal Foster, Annals of the Architectural Association School of Architecture, Issues 14-16, Published by The Architectural Association, London, 1987

Further readingEdit

  • Cohen, Jean-Louis (2012). The Future of Architecture. Since 1889. London: Phaidon Press. ISBN 978-0714845982.
  • Di Bari V. (2007). "100 years: From Manifesto of futurist architecture to the Neofuturistic city manifesto" (PDF). Retrieved 2015-04-18.
  • Foster, Hal (1987). "Neo-Futurism: Architecture and Technology". AA Files. Architectural Association School of Architecture. 14: 25–27. Retrieved 18 April 2015.
  • Foster, Hal (1994). "What's Neo about the Neo-Avant-Garde?". October. MIT Press. 70: 5–32. Retrieved 18 April 2015.
  • Rowena Easton, The NeoFuturist Manifesto, 2008
  • Klein, Caroline; Lieb, Stefanie (2013). Futuristic: Visions of Future Living. Cologne: DAAB Media. ISBN 978-3942597098.
  • A History of Neo-Futurism, Erica Anne Milkovich, 2010 - Avant-garde (Aesthetics)
  • Gunther Berghaus, From Futurism to Neo-Futurism, in Avant-garde/Neo-avant-garde, 2005, published by Dietrich Scheunemann, Rodopi BV